And tonight, in a new ITV documentary, Meghan – The Story So Far, royal biographer Robert Jobson has revealed it's "inevitable" that the two households will "separate".

Last month, Meghan and Harry – who are expecting their first child in the spring – revealed they would be moving out of Kensington Palace to reside in Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The news added to the already circulating rumours that there was a "royal rift" between Meghan and sister-in-law Kate Middleton.

And in an ITV documentary airing tonight, Robert Jobson claims a split between the households is "inevitable".

"Just because they're married to two brothers, doesn't mean they have to be the best of friends," he explained.

"Kate is a mother of three children and in a very different place in her life.

"And Meghan's lived this life as an actress, she's been married before, she's lived in LA, there's not really an awful lot of similarities to their lives."

It comes after claims Meghan had been branded "Duchess Difficult" by Palace insiders following another one of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's aides – Samantha Cohen – resigning from her role.

There were also claims Kate had told Meghan not to berate members of her team after she reportedly "b****cked" one of Kate's staff.

The row – which the Palace has denied – followed rumours that Kate, 36, was "left in tears" during a "stressful" fitting for Princess Charlotte's bridesmaid dress.

"Ultimately, I think it's inevitable that both the households of William and the households of Harry do separate and become their own individual households," explained Robert.

"Because in time, the Prince of Wales will be Prince William.

"I know for a fact that when he is Prince of Wales he won't be moving out of Kensington Palace.

"Kensington Palace will be the residence and the office of the Prince of Wales."

Tonight's documentary follows Meghan's new life as a royal over the last six months and examines her new role as Duchess of Sussex.

The show will look at causes she has championed and speaks to people whose lives she has touched.

But as Meghan finds herself in a new world of protocol and etiquette, presenter Julie Etchingham will ask whether she is changing the royal family or they are changing her.

Tonight: Meghan – The Story So Far is on ITV tonight at 7.30pm.

Earlier this week, we told you Kate Middleton’s Christmas ‘will be an ordeal’ amid Meghan Markle rift, claims royal biographer.

We also revealed ‘tearful’ Kate Middleton was upset after Prince William ‘cancelled Christmas plans at the last minute’ to stay with his family.

And we showed you Meghan Markle ‘could be next target’ for Lady Colin Campbell who wrote Princess Diana exposé.

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